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inside his apartment with candy and then touch them inappropriately. police say azucena tied up a girl with duct tape, then sexually assaulted her. police say azucena told the victims that he would hurt their family members if they told people. today i talked with people who live in this complex about these new disturbing details and they say it changes how they'll watch their kids "it makes me as a mother myself, i dont want my kids outside, at all, it more aware at least that they need to keep an eye on their kids " in the report it says that azucena was convicted of manslaughter in california and had been deported out of the usa twice. he is charged with kidnapping, sexual assault of a minor,
a former strip illusionist is pleading guilty... to possessing and distributing child pornography. 39-year-old "jan rouven" was arrested in march... after police found thousands of disturbing pictures and videos of very young children. the u-s attorney's office says rouven admitted to sharing the pictures. his sentencing is set for next march. rouven headlined "the new illusions" show at the tropicana until his arrest. metro police released video of an officer involved shooting that happened earlier this week. what we're about to show you is a split screen... one side shows the officer firing his weapon as he is almost hit by a car. the other shows his parner's point of view, so you can hear what happened as the first officer did not have audio on his camera. ""we're going to need more crews. car nats, "shots fired, shots fired!" " fired, shots fired!" " metro police say 18-year-old "daniel prichard"
officer scott hinkley during a felony traffic stop on monday night. officer hinkley fired 10 rounds... but did not hit prichard. fortunately he was not hit by the car. the teen was arrested, and is now facing charges of assault with a deadly weapon. unlv students are shaken up after learning of an on campus assault earlier this week. police say a woman was walking to her car from the library tuesday night when a man came up from behind and attacked her. fox5's abby theodros is live from where it happened.. and abby .. you talked with students and police they saying? im told the student was walking out of leid library toward "lot l" where her car was parked when someone attacked her ... now students who take night classes are worried about their commute. rio lacanlale, student: walking on campus especially with it being an open campus - its not the best situation to be in especially as a woman i think. a nightmare situation for a unlv student idania ramirez, student: its super
happened on our campus a woman told police she was walking from leid library to her car around 8 tuesday night when she was attacked from behind. police say that man is still on the run.. night students like idania ramirez - are scared by the ordeal. idania ramirez, student: this university is so huge. it takes so much time to go to our cars and in that time that we're going from our class room to our cars. its scary to think that something can happen to us. unlvs' acting assistant police chief told me the attacker's moti ve isn't clear.. jeffrey green, acting asst chief of police unlv: she attacked from behind and she had a backpack on so the initial thought from her was maybe he was trying to take my backpack green also told me he thinks this is an isolated incident. green: this type of incident, first time this ye ar something like this has happened. not comforting words for some students who now feel unsafe.. lacanlale: being right on maryland parkway and this being an open campus - im always looking over my shoulder when im walking. i just have to be really vigilant when im walking. with finals on the way .. green says the library will be a
to the area to ensure student safety. library hours will be extended but more importantly we think its necessary to increase our patrols in that area. "shaken up understandably "shaken up understandably but ok" no leads. unlv police escort 24 hours a day day unlv has emergency crisis services available to students for a variety of situations ranging from assault to health care. we'll have a link to their resources on our website at fox5vegas dot com. anyone with information on
unlv police a robbery victim is recovering in the hospital after he was shot in the leg. the robbery happened earlier today outside the peppermill. metro says the suspect shot the victim while taking the man's jewelry. two suspects were seen taking off on the las vegas strip in a red, newer model vehicle. if you have information that can help police, call crimestoppers at 702-385-55-55. toss to weather
been since 20-07. "triple a" has the numbers to back it up. they report 48 million americans will be traveling this year. triple-a says air- fair is up.. and the average round trip flight is around 205 dollars. 89 percent of travelers will be driving. "triple a" says they expect to rescue more than 370 thousand motorists so they recommend checking your car battery before hitting the road. it is almost impossible for younger people to put down their phones. but in some don't need to! "that's where the future is and where everything is happening... on social media." " we're looking at the future of social media... and the role it is playing in education and career choices. and we check in with the family of a special needs man... months after his family made national headlines in an effort to protect him. and get all your news on the go with our fox5 app. download it today! you're watching fox5 news at 4.
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class was usually not allowed. but now... students are strongly encouraged to not just chat with friends... but pull up their facebook and snapchats while in the classroom! fox5's dave hall shows us how social media is playing a major role in school. "bueller... bueller... bueller." boring!! (record scratch sound efx) so long stuffy... stodgy professor... they're trying something new at unlv. (nats of loud classroom) (sot 47:39-47:43) "seems like entertainment... fun... and maybe some people would feel it's goofy." it's a wednesday afternoon in the journalism 247... social networks and media class... the second you walk in... you notice this isn't a typical college class... students are on
laughing... and yes... learning... doctor benjamin burroughs says don't let the appearance of chaos fool you... there is a method to the madness. (sot 50:07-50:20) "we have 35 different students with 35 different backgrounds and experiences.. a lot starting social media internships in their own work... i want to bring all those experiences into the classroom." (sot 39:08-39:14) "this class is so much fun... incredibly interactive... so much fun. we're learning so many things about social media." ashlee nelson is one of the 35 students enrolled in class... she doesn't see social media as a job distraction... she sees it as a future job (sot 40:10-40:16) "for us to come in... hey we have lots of experience with this... we can help you to propel the company as well as us as employees." (dave standup) "i know what some of you guys are thinking... social media is waste of time... how can something like snapchat turn into a real job?? doctor burroughs says it can... it will... and we all better get on board with it... hey did you guys put the doggy ears on me?? guys??"
"as i tell my students i don't see social media as some kind of fun thing anymore... it's integral to how we do business... marketing.. pr... even journalism." (quick nat pop) kacey robb is set to graduate in december... what she's learning in class... she plans on turning into a paycheck. (sot 32:19-32:34 "i'm really hoping to get into social media marketing... running social media for a business... learning where it's going... what t is... to get ahead of the curve." (sot 38:48-38:51) "that's where the future is and where everything is happening... on social media." that's why class looks... and sounds like it does... it mirrors the social media experience... while some continue to mock facebook... twitter and snapchat... doctor burroughs is trying to groom the next wave of social media
(sot 44:59-45:12) "have a leg up on competition... land jobs in social media... this is a growth area for marketing, journalism... especially for younger students to enter that space and really excel." educators are also using social media for high school and middle school classes. as you saw... some college students are preparing to make a career out of social media... so educators want younger students to understand how it works and have fun with it. the henderson mom who made national headlines after painting on her garage wall is about the challenges of raising an autistic adult as she ages with him. "judy mckim, mom: as people like zach get older, it becomes more and more difficult. the public is less understanding. less kind. when you take a person like my son out in public you always have to deal with very unkind remarks and now we're to the point that wedont leave any more this special report looks into state resources
we hear from judy about her challenges as a single mom. we also talked to the departent of health and human services. fox5's abby theodros will have this special report tonight at 10pm now fox5 weather 24/7 the wind will stick around through the morning with gusts 25-35 mph before subsiding this evening. the big story today will be the cold air left behind from the cold front which will keep daytime highs in the upper 50's to low 60's. the coldest weather of this stretch will be friday morning. low temperatures bottom out in the low 40s and upper 30s; the coldest weather we have felt since february. we have a freeze warning from midnight to 7am friday for western
nye counties for temps 25-30 degrees. temperatures will moderate this weekend with mainly sunny skies. there will only be a few clouds at times with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. look for more clouds on monday with the slight chance of an isolated shower. most of the rain will stay over california and arizona.
country... you know what else like to run... thru the country?? deer. "watch out fo the deer... ohh!" ohh is right!! in case you missed it... look at the bottom left corner of your tv... a deer pulls of a wwe body slam on that poor runner this is at a race in pennsylvania... a herd of deer was passing thru... and it looks like one of them wanted to race too... get this... the kid got up and finished the race. now some advice for all you moms and dads... buy a baseball... your kid's hand... and make em' throw it... alot... here's why. "show me the money... yea." one baseball player is about to be shown an absurd amount of money... aroldis chapman from the cubs is looking for a 100 million dollar contract... our friends from mashable broke it down for us... over a 4 year deal... chapman would make roughly... 25,000 dollars... per pitch... per pitch you guys... so again... kids... baseball... start
yet another weird thing happening on the internet... they call it "money face." it's weird... it's kinda creepy... and i love it... look at this guy... he's a dead ringer for abe lincoln... the beard... the eyes... he's perfect... or this guy... as the queen... drinking a beer... here's another good one... the bottom half is the guy from harry potter... the top half... ben franklin... so there you go... just fold a bill in half... and you too can become an ex- president. today is off "blue man group day" here in las vegas. blue man group started their celebrations on monday--after receiving a key to the strip from clark county commissioner steve sisolak. the group formed 25 years ago today-with a couple of friends performing at a new york theatre. altogether they have performed more than 10 thousand shows on the strip. the electric daisy carnival has grown in las vegas for the past few years and today-- they announced the dates for their
party under the electric sky on june 16-th at the motor speedway. the annual festival will last all weekend through the 18-th. tickets go on sale november 28-th at noon... just ahead of cyber monday. an arizona police officer got in an argument with a woman. and it escalated very quickly. " (voice of: jimmy sedillo) "she weighs maybe 110 pounds, maybe the officer was maybe 220. he went (about) the whole thing all wrong." " hear the story behind this shocking video... of an officer punching a in the face! brendan dassey of "making a murderer" won't be getting out of prison tomorrow. we'll tell you what is happening next for the young man whose story has now been seen by millions. and it's a new era for people in one north las vegas neighborhood... as they say goodbye to a famous pig farm. find out where the pigs will live
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his girls marissa morris were moving out of that apartment and across the street when at some point one of the officers tried to arrest marissa on an alleged warrant. now sedillo tells us that morris said there was some sort of mistake and refused to go with the officer until he showed her what that warrant was for. and that is when things turned violent. (voice of: jimmy sedillo) "she weighs maybe 110 pounds, maybe the officer was maybe 220. he went (about) the whole thing all wrong." sedillo claims the officer threatened to taze morris. sedillo says morris arrested for assaulting an officer and resisting arrest. (mark taylor/ reporter) "now we did send this video to flagstaff police and just within the last hour we did receive a statement saying that 'our agency is very concerned about what is depicted in this video" and that they are immediately launching an internal investigation into what happened. in the newsroom, i'm mark taylor reporting. the officer involved in this incident has been put on leave. police later determined the warrants the woman was wanted for were no longer active. one of the men
murderer" was supposed to get out of prison by tomorrow. but now... brendan dassey is staying behind bars. a federal appeals court blocked dassey's release today. the state of wisconsin is appealing a judge's decision to overturn dassey's murder conviction. dassey will have to stay in prison until that appeal is heard in court. dassey was found guilty in 2007 of killing photographer teresa halbach, along with his uncle steven avery. he was 16 at the time. their story was told through the hit netfli documentary "making a murderer". there was an outcry for this case to be reopened... especially since police had questioned dassey without a parent or lawyer present. "making a murderer" season two is in production now. firefighters are battling wildfires in six southern states. the smoke is so wide-spread... it can be seen from space! "the thought of losing everything you own is never a fun thing." " 30 wildfires are burning in georgia, alabama, kentucky, tennessee, and
carolina. the poor air quality has been so bad in tennessee... at least 200 people have been hospitalized with breathing problems. people in affected areas are being evacuated... but some people are refusing to leave their homes. and in texas, firefighters say it will take more time to fully extinguish this fire at a metal recycling company. this fire started yesterday afternoon, and plumes of smoke could be seen for miles. this company recycles engines and metal parts. there are concerns that some metals have fuel in them still, and that is being released in the air. one firefighter was treated for minor heat exhaustion, but no one else was hurt. president obama announced who is getting a presidential medal of freedom... and it is a very star-studded list. ellen degeneres... robert de niro... tom hanks... bruce springsteen... and diana ross are just a few of the 21 honorees. the presidential medal of freedom is considered the nation's highest civilian honor. the recipients will receive their award in a ceremony on tuesday. in more local
shot his neighbor in self defense... after seeing him with a firearm. that weapon ended up being a pellet gun. metro released an arrest report for "peter caris" today. it reveals caris had been fighting with the victim, "dennis davis" for three years. the two lived at a mobile home park, and their last argument happened after caris refused to let davis' friend use a club house at the park. there was an argument, and neighbors heard several gunshots. police say there is no evidence davis ever threatened caris with his gun... but evidence does show that caris chased dav shooting him. an elementary school was put on lockdown... after police chased suspected car thieves. according to police... one of them had a gun. this happened near jones and washington... right by paul e- culley elementary school. police say the three suspects stole a car... but then ran off from it. the school was place don lockdown as a precaution while they looked for the suspects. all three were arrested. a few people will breathe fresher air in north las vegas.... now that the famous r-c pig
sold. neighbors say it's kind of a bitter sweet moment. while they're sad to see the pigs go-- they're happy to no longer have to deal with the smell. north las vegas mayor-- john lee-- issued a statement saying... he's thrilled that thousands of homes will now have the odor restrictions removed from their titles-- which will result in a dramatic increase in their property values. the pigs will move to a new home near apex. the pig farm serves several purposes... casinos often bring leftover food to the farm for the pigs to ea a family has a major dilemma. and it involves a child's cup that hasn't been seen in stores in the last decade. hear why this family is so urgent to find this cup... and how it can
a brand of parmesan cheese boasts it doesn't have cellulose powder. but it may have salmonella! "four-c" is recalling grated parmesan and romano cheese. they come in glass jars, and expire between this month and november 2018. so far no one has gotten sick. but four-c says lab tests came back for salmonella. some new technology aboard carnival
convenient or a little creepy. professional photographers are using facial recognition programs to find people they take pictures of. the program is being tested on the company's newest ship, the carnival vista. photographers take pictures of travelers throughout the trip and on excursions. rather than hanging the pictures on a wall... now they can use facial recognition technology to match photographs with the right passengers. those passengers can then buy the pictures if they choose. carnival says the process makes it easier for people to find their pictures. photographers also aren't printing out thousands of pictures, just to throw the unclaimed ones away. a 13-year-old autistic boy will only drink from a light blue cup meant for toddlers. ben's cup is wearing out... so
globe for a replacement. this is the "tommee tippee" cup marc carter is looking for. his son ben has actually been hospitalized before for dehydration, because he refuses to drink out of anything else. the cup company stopped making it about 10 years ago. so marc posted a picture of the cup on twitter, and a plea for help. it has been shared thousands of times, with the hashtag "cup for ben". so far, ten cups are on the way to marc and ben's home. "tommee tippee" is also working with this family to find any left-over cups from a decade ago. sometimes we can't help sometimes we can't help ourselves... and sneak in an online shopping trip at work. but don't feel too bad about it! we'll look at why more bosses are getting onboard with letting their employees shop on
player-- kris bryant-- can now has another title to go with his world series championship. the las vegas native has been named the 20-16 "national league most valuable player." bryant graduated from bonanza high school where he played for their varsity team. he was drafted into the major leagues in 20-13. this is the first m-v-p title of his career. it comes two week after the chicago cub's historic world series win. one middle school girl noticed her textbooks were old and out-dated so she decided to do something about it. "i find it really great because some students really care about their education like i might not even use the fullness of my education in the future but i still find it very important to have this education." "allie miner" is a 7-th grader at brown junior high school.
fundraiser to help her school to get new science textbooks. so far-- she's raised over two- hundred dollars through raffles and other contests. her fundraiser ends tomorrow. if you want to help-- brown middle school has a donations jar in their front office. if your fingers are doing some of the holiday shopping this year -- good news! your boss is actually expecting you to do some of it while you're on the clock. mike doria explains why you might not need to keep looking over your shoulder.
the wind will stick around through the morning with gusts 25-35 mph before subsiding this evening. the big story today will be the cold air left behind from the cold front which will keep yt highs in the upper 50's to low 60's. the coldest weather of this stretch will be friday morning. low temperatures bottom out in the low 40s and upper 30s; the coldest weather we have felt since february. we have a freeze warning from midnight to 7am friday for western clark & southern nye counties for
head up to lee canyon! the resort is holding a job fair on sunday. there are 200 seasonal and full time jobs open. these include ski school instructors, food and beverage workers, guest services, and lift operations. dress for an outdoor lifestyle, and bring plenty of resumes. the fair will be at the resort lodge from 12 to three in the afternoon. one daredevil makes it into the guiness book of world record after his insane bungee jump. but it's what happens at the end that is getting a lot of attention. what he managed free-falling for
?? ?? nobody likes a dog with bad breath. that's why there's oravet dental hygiene chews. oravet's dual action approach cleans teeth and gets to the underlying cause of bad breath prevent plaque and tartar. for a cleaner mouth everyone can love. ask your vet about oravet chews. serious oral care made simple unlv students are shaken up after learning of an on campus assault earlier this week. i'm christine maddela. i'm john huck. police tell us a woman was walking to her car from the library tuesday night when a man came up from behind and
fox5's abby theodros is live where it happened.. and abby .. you talked with students and police about the attack. im told the student was walking out of leid library toward "lot l" where her car was parked when someone attacked her ... now students who take night classes are worried about their commute. 2-9 rio lacanlale, student: walking on campus especially with it being an open campus - its not the best situation to be in especially as a woman i think. a nightmare situation for a unlv student idania ramirez, student: its super scary to hear that happened on our campus a woman told police she was walking from leid library to her car around 8 tuesday night when she was attacked from behind. police say that man is still on the run.. night students like idania ramirez - are scared by the ordeal. 30-34 idania ramirez, student: this university is
that time that we're going from our class room to our cars. its scary to think that something can happen to us. unlvs' acting assistant police chief told me the attacker's moti ve isn't clear.. 44-52 jeffrey green, acting asst chief of police unlv: she initially was attacked from behind and she had a backpack on so the initial thought from her was maybe he was trying to take my backpack green also told me he thinks this is an isolated incident. green: this type of incident, first time this ye ar something like this has happened. not comforting words for some students who now feel unsafe.. lacanlale: being right on maryland parkway and this being an open campus - im always looking over my shoulder when im walking. i just have to be really vigilant when im walking. with finals on the way .. green says the library will be a student hot spot. he's adding patrols to the area to ensure student safety. library hours will be extended but more importantly we think its necessary to increase our patrols in that area. "shaken up understandably but ok" no leads. unlv police escort 24 hours a